Elemental analysis of oils is an important application. It’s essential for oil production and quality control, for condition monitoring of equipment, for waste recycling, and finally even for oil disposal. Oil types to be analyzed range from crude oils and new or used lubricating oils to gas oils and fuel oils.
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The tendency of oils to foam can be a serious problem in systems such as high-speed gearing, high-volume pumping, and splash lubrication.
Determine consistency and shear stability (lubricating greases) for design, quality control and identification purposes
Ductility and Elastic Recovery
Determine the distance in which a sample will elongate before breaking and the ability of material to recover to its original status after being stretched to a specified distance .
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Oxidation stability is a chemical property determined by the Interaction of lubricating oil and oxygen. The rate of oxidation is accelerated by high temperatures, water, acids and catalysts such as copper.
Tribology (Wear & Friction)
Measure & analyze surface wear
Flash point is defined as the lowest temperature of a liquid atwhich its vapours will form a combustible mixture with air.